there are only a few places left at the biological solid-state NMR school this year in Palma. Please apply soon if you would like to attend the school.
Every second year, the subdivision for biological solid-state NMR of the Groupement AMPERE (https://www.ampere-society.org) organizes an advanced school on biological solid-state NMR. The 7th edition of the school will take place at the Universitat de les Illes Balears, Palma de Mallorca, Spain from October 21-26, 2018. Palma de Mallorca is well connected to most airports in Europe with cheap flights and budget accommodation outside the main tourist season.
The School is aimed at advanced students who have a good knowledge of the basics of solid-state NMR. The School has the purpose of teaching the students a broad range of topics required to understand the modern solid-state NMR experiments which are used in biological applications: Hamiltonians in NMR, isotropic and anisotropic interactions, tensor description of NMR, spherical tensors and tensor rotations, time-dependent Hamiltonians, average Hamiltonian and Floquet theory, principles of recoupling and decoupling under MAS, spin-dynamic simulations using SIMPSON, basic principles and applications of MAS DNP, EPR and paramagnetic NMR, characterization of dynamic processes, protocols for the assignment of protein spectra and protein structure determination, the basics of solid-state NMR instrumentation as well as sample preparation and isotope-labelling techniques.
Registration for the advanced school on biological solid-state NMR is now open at https://biosolidnmr-school.org/school-2018/registration/ Please register as soon as possible if you are interested in attending the school. Places are limited.
There are also student stipends available to help with travel and accommodation due to generous contributions by EBSA and Groupement AMPERE and our sponsors. Details for the application process can be found on the registration web page.
Anja Böckmann, Beat Meier, Hartmut Oschkinat, and Matthias Ernst
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